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Friday, December 3, 2022

Andrea's Band Music is now distributed by Murphy Press and ADJective New Music Collective

REVIEW:

October 25, 2021

Eugene Symphony’s October Concert Earns Standing Ovation – and Can Be Seen Online Starting Nov. 4

Eugene Scene - Daniel Buckwalter >

“I was struck most with Water Sings Fire – a 12-minute piece composed by Portland native Andrea Reinkemeyer, who teaches composition and theory at Linfield College. … But this is not the Disney version of The Little Mermaid. The comic book evolution of the story and of Ulla’s character is far darker … Indeed, the music conjures images of pitch-black alleys and desolate landscapes. I could envision Ulla walking this ground, alone at night, and absorbing the motivations of everyone, including herself, that has led to this destruction.”

PERFORMANCE:
Water Sings Fire for Orchestra (2019)

Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 7:30 p.m. $
November 4-11, 202
1 - online ($)
ORCHESTRA DANCE REMIX (program)
Silva Concert Hall, Hult Center for the Performing Arts


John ADAMS: The Chairman Dances
Feli
x MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto in E minor
Andrea REINKEMEYER: Water Sings Fire
Arturo MARQUEZ: Danzon No. 7
Maurice RAVEL:
La Valse

EUGENE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA:
Francesco Lecce-Chong,
Music Director and
Conductor
Alex Kenney, Violin

CONCERT RE-BROADCAST:

November 12, 2021 at 10:55 a.m.
KWAX Music with host Peter van de Graaff
>

Linfield Announcement >

SMOULDER was awarded the Alex Shapiro Prize in the 40th annual Search for New Music by the International Alliance of Women in Music

SNM 2021 Press Release.pdf

PROFILE: On the Nature of Earth and Grief:
How Andrea Reinkemeyer's music evokes the natural world – and her own soul
by Bennet Campbell Ferguson - September 1, 2021 (link)

Wings to Air listed in a dissertation project:
AN ANNOTATED CATALOG OF FLUTE MUSIC BY FEMALE COMPOSERS BETWEEN 1988 AND 2021 by Daniela Volkovinsky (
link)

COMPOSER SPOTLIGHT: Water Sings Fire for Orchestra (2019)

Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 3 p.m. ET (noon PT)
Toulmin Orchestral Commission Program, Part 1
Presented by the American Composers Orchestra (
info) - free
Broadway World Article (
link)

The Virginia B. Toulmin Orchestral Commissions Program (formerly the Women Composers Readings and Commissions Program) has created partnerships between composers and orchestras since 2014, and is embedded in EarShot, and initiative of American Composers Orchestra in collaboration with American Composers Forum, the League of American Orchestras, and New Music USA. All Toulmin Commission winner were participants of past EarShot readings. The Virginia B. Toulmin Orchestral Commissions Program is an initiative of the League of American Orchestras, in partnership with American Composers Orchestra (ACO) and supported by the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.

Leanna Primiani, 1001, ROCO
Hilary Purrington, Harp of Nerves, Philadelphia Orchestra
Andrea Reinkemeyer, Water Sings Fire, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
Wang Jie, Symphony No. 1, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra

MODERATORS:
Melissa Ngan, President & CEO, American Composers Orchestra
Alecia Lawyer, Founder, Artistic Director & Principal Oboe, ROCO

PERFORMANCE: Triptych: Three Disasters a Chamber Opera Scene for Two Sopranos, Baritone, Piano, Fixed Media (2020)
Patrick Wohlmut, libretto; Andrea Reinkemeyer, music

Sunday, May 9, 2021 - 10:00 a.m. ET Video - Program
Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI) 2021 Online National Conference

RHYMES WITH OPERA
Elisabeth Halliday Quan, soprano
Bonnie Lander, soprano
Robert Maril, baritone
Christopher Wilson, piano
Andrea Reinkemeyer, electronics

PERFORMANCE: Smoulder for Wind Ensemble (2019)

Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 7 p.m. CST (Frisco, Texas) >>

MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL WARRIOR BAND:
Jason Nitsch, director

SPRING SEMESTER 2021, SABBATICAL!

The Linfield Composers Studio will be launching the Lacroute Composer Readings and Chamber Music Masterclass Program this semester after a two-semester COVID delay. The Department of Music will be collaborating with soprano Arwen Myers and pianist Susan McDaniel on a series of masterclasses, classroom visits, a virtual recital featuring works in support of the TAM (Theatre, Art, and Music Departments) theme, "Marginalized Voices" on April 2, 2021.The student composers will be writing art songs for Myers and McDaniel.

RADIO BROADCAST: in the speaking silence for Alto Saxophone and Bassoon (2018)

May 18, 2021
Loose Canon Listening Club with host Sasha (BFF.fm)
Episode 38, "pulse for pulse, breath for breath"

POST-HASTE REED DUO
Sean Fredenburg, saxophone
Javier Rodriguez, bassoon

RADIO BROADCAST: Wrought Iron for Flute and Percussion (2012)

February 24, 2021
18th Annual, In Praise of Woman
Classical Discoveries with Host Marvin Rosen

A/B DUO:
Meerenai Shim, flute
Christopher Jones, percussion

RADIO BROADCAST: Dos Danzas for Concert Band (2010)

January 27 and 31, 2021
In Performance at A-State on 91.9 FM KASU; Ed Owen, host
Wednesday 9 p.m. and Sundays at 6 a.m. CST

ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE:
Timothy Oliver, conductor